Pastor McBride holds emergency meeting responding to voting rights, gun violence

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Pastor Mike McBride led a national call between church leaders and the Black Church PAC in response to concerns regarding gun violence and voting rights.

Pastor Mike McBride of The Way Christian Center and co-founder of the Black Church PAC held an emergency meeting Saturday morning in response to “immediate threats” concerning gun violence and voting rights.
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2 UC Berkeley professors donate $1M to create first chair for tech clinic

Samuelson, who is a Richard M. Sherman distinguished professor of law, and Glushko recently made another endowment to Berkeley Law: a $1 million gift to create a clinical chair for the Samuelson Clinic. The Robert Glushko Clinical Professor of Practice in Technology Law will be the first chair created for a campus clinical professor, Glushko added.
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Support BART. Public transit has to survive the pandemic

BAY AREA AFFAIRS: As BART faces critical crossroads, now is the time to foreground the importance of expansive, affordable public transportation

Now is a remarkably poor time for politicians to denigrate BART or spread misconceptions that erode public support for transit in the Bay Area. 
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